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Newly-crowned Masters champions, Lalisang and Hui Fen
Top seeds wins Masters gold

26th January, Bangkok: Top seeds, Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia and New Hui Fen of Singapore had to come from behind in the second match to win the Men's and Women's Masters gold medals at the concluding 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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New Hui Fen led from start to finish to advance as top seed
Singaporean retains top spot

26th January, Bangkok: First block leader, New Hui Fen of Singapore retained top spot after the end of the second block of the Women's Masters finals to advance as top seed for the stepladder finals of the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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New Hui Fen hunting her second gold medal with the lead
Huge lead for Singaporean

25th January, Bangkok: Trios and Team silver medalist, New Hui Fen of Singapore completed the Women's Masters first block and built up a huge gap of 251 pins over her nearest opponent at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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Lalisang leading the strong field by 79 pins
Indonesian takes surprise lead

25th January, Bangkok: Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia surprised a strong field of 16 to lead the Men's Masters first block of the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships on Sunday at Blu-O Rythm & Bowl Ratchayothin. More...

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Koreans with their third gold medal of the championships
Korea adds two more gold

24th January, Bangkok: Korean men won their third gold medal at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships with a comfortable victory in the Men's Team of 5 event while triple gold medalist, Park Jong Woo added the fourth from the All Events. More...

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Singapore quintet showing good form to lead the first block
Korean women strikes gold

24th January, Bangkok: Korean women finally won their first gold medal at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships with victory in the Women's Team of 5 after the second block concluded with Singapore taking the silver and Malaysia the bronze medal. More...

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Singapore quintet showing good form to lead the first block
Singapore eyeing second gold

23rd January, Bangkok: Singapore is eyeing their second gold medal at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after snatching the lead in the first block of the Women's Team of 5 from arch-rival Korea in the third game. More...

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Korean quintet leading the first block by 11 pins
Slender lead for Korea

23rd January, Bangkok: Korea snatched a slender lead of just 11 pins in the Men's Team of 5 first block of three games at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships ahead of host Thailand and Malaysia in second and third positions. More...

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Park, Shin and Hong celebrating their victory
Korea wins Trios gold unchallenged

22nd January, Bangkok: Men's Squad A Trios leader of Park Jong Woo, Shin Seung Hyeon and Hong Hae Sol remained unchallenged to win Korea's second gold medal in the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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Clear leader, Shin Seung Hyeon, Hong Hae Sol and Park Jong Woo
Korean trio extends lead

22nd January, Bangkok: First Korean trio of Shin Seung Hyeon, Hong Hae Sol and Park Jong Woo extended their margin for a commanding lead over their nearest rival in the Men's Trios first squad at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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Women's Trios champion, Ng, Yeo and New
Singapore clinches first gold

22nd January, Bangkok: Geraldine Ng, Joey Yeo and New Hui Fen survived an onslaught from the Koreans in the second block of the Women's Trios to clinch Singapore first gold medal at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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Block 1 leader, New Hui Fen, Joey Yeo and Geraldine Ng
Singapore tops Trios first block

21st January, Bangkok: The second Singapore trio of Joey Yeo, Geraldine Ng and New Hui Fen snatched the lead of the Women's Trios first block at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships with 1900. More...

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Squad B leader, Phumin, Atittarat and Yannaphon
Thai trio goes second

21st January, Bangkok: 2014 Asian Games Singles gold medalist, Yannaphon Larpapharat anchored Thailand into second position behind Squad A leader, Korea in the Men's Trios first block at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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Comfortable leader, Hong Hae Sol, Park Jong Woo and Shin Seung Hyeon
Comfortable lead for Korean trio

21st January, Bangkok: Doubles gold medalist, Park Jong Woo led Shin Seung Hyeon and Hong Hae Sol to give Korea a comfortable lead in the Men's Trios first block of 3 games at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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Doubles gold medalists, Syaidatul Afifah and Sin Li Jane
Malaysia captures Doubles gold

20th January, Bangkok: Squad A leader and second Malaysian pair of Syaidatul Afifah and Sin Li Jane remained unbeaten after the second squad to win the Women's Doubles Gold medal at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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Squad A leader, Sin Li Jane and Syaidatul Afifah
Malaysian duo tops first squad

20th January, Bangkok: 2014 Incheon Asian Games Singles silver medalist, Sin Li Jane partnered Syaidatul Afifah to give Malaysia the lead in the first squad of the Women's Doubles event at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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Three Korean pairs sweeping all the three medals
Clean sweep for Korea

19th January, Bangkok: 2014 Incheon Asian Games multiple gold medalists, Choi Bok Eum and Park Jong Woo smashed two Asian records en-route to winning the Men's Doubles Gold medal at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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New leader after two squads, Hong and Kim
Second Korean pair takes over lead

19th January, Bangkok: Hong Hae Sol and Kim Jun Yung took over the lead of the Men's Doubles preliminaries at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after topping the second squad with 2739. More...

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Kang and Shin topping Squad A with a big margin
Korea takes Doubles first squad

19th January, Bangkok: 2014 World Championships Masters gold medalist, Kang Hee Won and 2014 Incheon Asian Games Team gold medalist, Shin Seung Hyeon gave Korea a good start after topping the Men's Doubles first squad of the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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Ishimoto and Mukotani with their gold and silver medals
Japan wins second gold and silver

18th January, Bangkok: Squad A leader, Mirai Ishimoto remained unbeaten to win Japan's second gold medal at the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after Misaki Mukotani topped Squad B to add a silver medal. More...

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Mirai Ishimoto looking good to win the gold
Japan eyeing second gold

18th January, Bangkok: 2014 World Youth Masters gold medalist, Mirai Ishimoto set a high benchmark of 1445 to lead the Women's Singles opening squad of the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships and looked set to winning Japan's second gold medal. More...

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Shabbir Dhankot snatching the lead by 1 pin
Japanese clinches first gold

17th January, Bangkok: Yusuke Yamamoto of Japan clinched the Men's Singles gold medal of the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships after topping the third and final squad with 1401. More...

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Shabbir Dhankot snatching the lead by 1 pin
Indian snatches surprise lead

17th January, Bangkok: 2011 Commonwealth Championship Team bronze medalist, Shabbir Dhankot of India surprised a strong field in Squad B to take a surprise lead in the Men's Singles preliminary of the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships. More...

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Yeri Ramadona setting a benchmark of 1392 in Squad A
Indonesian takes opening squad

17th January, Bangkok: Two-time ABF Tour winner, Yeri Ramadona of Indonesia took the opening squad of the Men's Singles event of the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships underway at Blu-O Rythmn & Bowl Ratchayothin on Saturday. More...

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22 countries parade during the official opening ceremony
Championship returns to Thailand

15th January, Bangkok: A colourful opening ceremony held at Blu-O Rhythm & Bowl Ratchayothin marks the return of the 23rd Asian Tenpin Bowling Championships to the capital city of Thailand which last hosted the championship in 2004. More...

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Korea winning their fourth gold and fourth bronze
Korea dominates Masters finals

14th December, Abu Dhabi: Korea dominated the Masters finals of the World Bowling Championships 2014 with Kang Hee Won capturing their fourth gold medal and Park Jong Woo-Choi Bok Eum adding their third and fourth bronze. More...

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Korea adding a second gold medal of the championships
Korea wins first-ever Team gold

13th December, Abu Dhabi: Top seed, Korea won their first-ever Team gold at the World Bowling Championships 2014 when they edged United States, 1097-1088 in a thrilling Team finals at Khalifa International Bowling Center. More...

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Finland leading the first block of the 5-player team event
Finland leads Team first block

12th December, Abu Dhabi: Defending champion, Finland broke the 3-games series record of 3354 set by first squad leader, Korea to lead the first block of the 5-player Team event at the World Bowling Championships 2014 on Friday. More...

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Trios gold medalist, Hansen, Ohrgaard and Larsen
Trios gold medal for Denmark

11th December, Abu Dhabi: Denmark's Carsten Hansen, Thomas Larsen and Frederik Ohrgaard defeated top seed, United States, 647-638 in the thrilling finals to win the Trios gold medal at the World Bowling Championships 2014. More...

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Trios overall leader, Larsen, Hansen and Ohrgaard
Danish trio leads first block

10th December, Abu Dhabi: Two-time PBA-World Bowling Tour winner, Thomas Larsen led his team-mates, Carsten Hansen and Frederik Ohrgaard to give Denmark the lead at the end of the first block of the World Bowling Championships 2014 Trios event. More...

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Two Korean pairs with their bronze and gold medals
Korea wins gold and bronze

9th December, Abu Dhabi: Fourth-seed Choi Bok Eum and Park Jong Woo came from behind to snatch Korea's first gold medal at the World Bowling Championships after defeating Japan, 410-396 in the Doubles finals. More...

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Doubles overall leader, Joonas Jehkinen and Kimmo Lehtonen
Flying start for Finns

8th December, Abu Dhabi: Joonas Jehkinen and Kimmo Lehtonen gave Finland a flying start to lead the opening squad of the Doubles event at the World Bowling Championships 2014 and remained top of the overall standings after three squads. More...

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Singles champion, Dan MacLelland with his gold medal
Canadian strikes first gold

7th December, Abu Dhabi: 2011 PABCON Masters champion, Dan MacLelland of Canada struck the first gold of the World Bowling Championships 2014 after defeating third-seed, Shaker Al Hassan of UAE, 256-212 in the Singles finals. More...

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Overall leader after three squads, Tommy Jones
American pro stamps his mark

6th December, Abu Dhabi: PBA pro Tommy Jones of Team USA, stamped his mark by topping the overall standings of the Singles event on the opening day of competition at the World Bowling Championships 2014. More...

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29 participanting teams parade at the opening
Big stage all set for world meet

4th December, Abu Dhabi: The big stage is all set when Zayed Sports City and Emirates Bowling Federation host the 2014 World Bowling Championships for Men from 4 to 15 December at the Khalifa Bowling Centre. More...

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Saudi leg champion, Abdullah Al Dolijan with his trophy
Maiden victory for Saudi

3rd December, Riyadh: Abdullah Al Dolijan became the second Saudi to win the ABF Tour Saudi 2014 on home ground after defeating Khaled Al Dubyyan of Kuwait, 223-147 in the title match at Universal Bowling Centre. More...

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Marshall Kent with the champion's trophy
PBA rookie wins first tour title

2nd December, Riyadh: American PBA rookie and topseed, Marshall Kent of Yakima, WA., won his first international PBA title defeating second-seed, Martin Larsen of Sweden, 257-206 in the title match of the PBA-WBT 8th Kingdom International Open. More...

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Dominic Barrett with his third Qatar Open title
Third Qatar Open title for Brit

27th November, Doha: Third-seed and 2011/2013 champion, Dominic Barrett of England captured the PBA-WBT 14th Qatar Bowling Open title for the third time after narrowly defeating topseed, Stuart Williams in an all-England finals. More...

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